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THE IVY 

The Ivy wreathed door 
Meant welcome this year 
Its final embrace 
Is fast drawing near. 

Under Ivy's protection 
In fair and foul weather 
We worked and we laughed 
Through our problems together. 

Within Ivy walls 
With good teachers to guide 
May the lessons of high school 
Long with us bide. 

Leaving Ivy behind 
Our bright future calls, 
We'll never forget 
Those green covered walls. 



When we say "Farewell" 
With sorrowing heart 
'Tis Ivy we'll long for 
When we must depart. 



Maureen Da Silva 




Wade Howard, Joan Crefo, Edward F. Bricklcy, Headmaster, John McCormick, Elaine 
Pantazelos. 




fe**baoK EditoRs 



Christine Fletcher 
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF 
Lorraine Bergeron 
EDITOR 
Anita Sisenis 
LAYOUT EDITOR 
Theresa ODonnell 
ART EDITOR 
Walter Mosher 
LITERARY EDITOR 
John McLaren 
PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR 
Dorothy Armstrong 
PROOF EDITOR 
JoAnne Grady 
PROOF EDITOR 
George Sullivan 
ADVERTISING MANAGER 
Helen Flynn 
BUSINESS MANAGER 



Ontents 



1 


Title 


2 


Class Officers & Head Master 


3 


Table of Contents & Yearbook Staff 


4 


Dedication 


5 


Student Council 


6 


Yearbook Staff & Assistants 


7 


Head Master's Page 


8 


Clarion Staff & Assistants 


9 


"Come September" 


10-11 


Faculty 


12-13 


Cheerleaders 


14-15 


The Finest Leaves Of Ivy 


16 


Agriculture 


17 


Introduction to Seniors 


18-39 


Seniors 


40 


Society 


41-48 


Sports 


49-55 


Activities & Clubs 


56-63 


Home Rooms 


64-66 


Informals 


66-80 


Our Friends, the Advertisers 




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ADVERTISING STAFF 



ART STAFF 



BUSINESS STAFF 



LITERARY STAFF 



SECRETARIAL STAFF 



Ronald Allen, Dorothy Armstrong, William Blair, 
Maureen Durkin, Helen Flynn, Kathleen Harrington, 
Barbara Lloyd, Richard Magi 

Roberta Bills, Patricia Kemmett, Roberta Magi, Anita 
Sisenis 

Gail Campbell, Madeline Carnevale, Patricia Dugas, 
Maureen Durkin, Beverly Grady, Margaret Hartnett, 
Maureen Owens, Elaine Pantazelos, Ana Ruiz, Nancy 
Tiews 

Maureen DaSilva, Karen Hicks, Martha Leonard, Bar- 
bara Lloyd, Richard Magi, Daniel McLaughlin, Nan- 
cy Turner, Mary Sheridan, Judith Chiampa 
Joan Crefo, Frances Gidick, Claire Ingemi, Eleanor 
Lew, Joyce O'Neil, Ellen Suplee 




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DEDICATION 



We, the Ivy class, 1962, of Jamaica Plain High 
School, are honored to dedicate this, our yearbook, to 
three sincere and beloved teachers. 

Miss Marion Driscoll B.S. spent thirty-five years as 
Home Economics teacher at Jamaica Plain High 
School. Her personal devotion to the hundreds of girls 
whom she instructed and inspired through the years 
has won for her the respect and admiration of the 
entire Jamaica Plain community. An outstanding ex- 
ample of Miss Driscoll's cooperation with her students 
has been, for many seasons, the Annual Fashion Show, 
an entertaining and informative activity. 

We bid a fond farewell to Miss Driscoll upon her 
justly earned retirement. 

Cornelius J. O'Leary, B.S.B.A., M.C.S. During his 
twenty-six years of Jamaica Plain High School, Mr. 



O'Leary has prepared many boys and girls for careers 
in the business world. For several years he was coach 
of our basketball team and chairman of the program 
committee, tasks to which he gave his utmost ability. 
Jamaica Plain High School wishes Mr. O'Leary the 
greatest success in his new appointment at Hyde Park 
High School. 

Miss Mary Sullivan A.B., taught English and Latin 
at Jamaica Plain High School for the past fifteen 
years, after having served at East Boston High during 
the earlier years of her career. A sincere and sym- 
pathetic teacher, she has guided many students, both 
boys and girls, by her thorough understanding 
of young people. Jamaica Plain High School will be 
ever indebted to Miss Sullivan for her devoted years 
of service to the youth. 




SENIOR COUNCILLORS 



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SENIOR COUNCIL— First Row: Regina Quintaglie, Jane Edstrom, Joyce 
O'Niel, Mr. Brickley, Head Master, Maureen DaSilva, Lorraine Bergeron, 
Audrey Sterczela. Second Row: Richard Haggerty, Thomas Shea, William 
Blair , Richard Magi, James Larkin. 



SOPHOMORE AND JUNIOR COUNCILLORS 




STUDENT COUNCIL— First Row: Rosemary Ward, Helena Bray, Mari- 
lyn Moody, Mr. Brickley, Head Master, Stephanie Coleman, Romanna 
Frankiwiski, Catherine Villa. Second Rbw: Mr. Landrigan, Advisor, Linda 
Caruso, Linda Werner, Cheryl Phippen, David Brown, Gary Matta, 
Phillip Pierce, Kathleen McLaughlin, Lorraine Pratt, Florence Guiliana, 
Patricia Cheverie. 



YEARBOOK STAFF 




YEARBOOK STAFF — First Row: Barbara Lloyd, Frances Gidick, Nancy Turner, Walter 
Mosher, Mr. Good, Advisor, Christine Fletcher, Maureen DaSilva, Dorothy Armstrong, 
Eleanor Lew. Second Row: Patricia Kemmett, Claire Ingemi, Martha Leonard, JoAnne 
Grady, Ellen Suplee, Theresa O'Donnell. Anita Sisenis, Richard Magi, Joyce O'Neil, Roberta 
Magi, Karen Hicks, Daniel McLaughlin, John McLaren, Judith Chiampa, Lorraine Bergeron. 





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ADVERTISING STAFF 
First Row: Barbara Lloyd. Wil- 
liam Blair , Dorothy Arm- 
strong, Miss Buckley, Maureen 
Durkin. Helen Flynn, Richard 
Rhone, Kathleen Harrington. 
Second Row: George Sullivan. 
Richard Magi. Ronald Allen. 



YEARBOOK TYPISTS— First Row: Eleanor 
Lew, Miss McCarthy, Mr. Dugan, Claire 
Ingemi. Second Row: Roberta Bills, Phyllis 
Sullivan, Joyce O'Neil, Frances Gidick, Bar- 
bara Galvin, Nancy Tiews, Helen Flynn, Ellen 
Suplee, Dorothy Short. 




HEADMASTER'S PAGE 




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HEADMASTER'S MESSAGE 

For me, the graduation of the class of 1962 has a 
special significance. While it marks the commence- 
ment of a new and promising phase in the career of 
each graduate, it also marks the end of a long phase 
of my own life — one particularly enriching. For, 
among the graduates are a number who were my 
pupils in English and Latin — the last of the boys and 
girls with whom I shared the familiar and rewarding 
experiences of the classroom. It is natural, therefore, 
that I shall remember the Class of 1962 in a special 
way. 

For this reason, too, the symbol of the ivy, adopted 
by the Class of 1962, has particular meaning. The 
ivy clinging to the facade of our school building shall 
continually remind us of the loyalties that school life 
inspires — loyalties to the ideals of faith, home, school, 
community, and country. These loyalties, inculcated 
and nurtured by the unselfish service of devoted teach- 
ers, will, if practiced, fortify us in all our endeavors 
and enrich our lives. 

May the hardiness of the ivy characterize our at- 
titude toward the vicissitudes the future inevitably 
has in store for each of us, and may its longevity be 
a token of continuing and increasing success for each 
member of the Class of 1962 as the years go by. 

EDWARD F. BRICKLEY 
Headmaster 



TO MR. BRICKLEY AND THE MEMBERS OF THE FACULTY 

We the members of the Ivy Class of 1962, welcome this opportunity to 
express our deepest and warmest appreciation to not only Mr. Brickley, our 
Headmaster, but to all the members of the faculty of Jamaica Plain High School. 
All of you have, by your unselfish efforts, given us the background, coupled with 
a true impression of our future duties, responsibilities, and objectives for the long 
years to come. It is our sincere feeling that with this guidance, we are most 
favorably equipped to start out in either a business or a college life. 

We hope, too, that throughout the years to come, the sturdiness and genuine 
symbolism of the ivy, which the class of 1962 has adopted, will continually re- 
mind us of the ideals which each of you have instilled in us. May we, as products 
of your untiring efforts, be prepared to continue our own "climb in life" while 
following a pattern set by our chosen theme, 'The Ivy'. 

MARTHA LEONARD 
For the Ivy Class of 1962 



SCHOOL STAFFS 



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CLARION STAFF — Fircr /(ok Barbara Lloyd, Barbara Bell- 
rose, Elke Novertne, Daniel McLaughlin, Mrs. Galvin, Ad- 
visor, Richard Magi, Eleanor Lew, Cheryl Watson, Shirley 
Williams. Second Row: Walter Mosher, Willard Herbrand, 
Dennis Bennett, Richard Rhone. 



SENIOR HOME ROOM TREASURERS— First Row: Pat- 
ricia Dugas, Beverly Grady, Madeline Carnevale, Miss Ma- 
guire, Helen Flynn, Margaret Hartnett, Gail Campbell. Second 
Row: Elaine Pantazelos, Maureen Durkin, Ana Ruiz. 




CLARION ADVERTISING— Keitha Moore, Christine Burns, 
Kathleen Connerty, George Sullivan, Mr. Boyle, Andrew Kas- 
perian, Helen Flynn, Maureen Durkin, Florence Kilron. 



HOME ROOM TREASURERS— Seated: Patricia Carpenter. 
Evelyn De Pippo, Mary Blakely, Miss Maguire, Angela Hester, 
Shirley Avinger, Diane McQuiggam. Standing: Linda Hicks, 
Flaine Valentine, Nancy Longuemare, Victoria Zirakian, Rose- 
marie Desmarais, Karen Hatch, Patricia Edwards, Linda 
Hayes, Linda Kilroy, Patricia Doherty, Katherine Hegarty. 
Karen Walsh. 







"COME SEPTEMBER" 



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ENGLISH DEPARTMENT— Ruth Thompson, Ralph Good, 
Kathleen Galvin, Martha Walsh, Mary Hubbard, Catherine 
Dempsey, Lillian McCourt. 



ART, GUIDANCE, HOME ECONOMICS, AND LAN- 
GUAGE DEPARTMENTS— Frances Forte, Art; Helen Mc- 
Gettrick, Ralph Good, Language; William Gilligan, Guidance; 
Margaret O'Connell, Language; Catherine Crosby, Home Eco- 
nomics; Anna Mullin, Guidance. 




SCIENCE DEPARTMENT— Catherine Hayes, Rhoda Farley, 
Charles Duffy, Helen Kelly. 



PHYSICAL EDUCATION, HEALTH, LIBRARY— Inez Rus- 
sell, Edward Murphy, Physical Education; Catherine Hurley, 
Health; Alice Buckley, Library. 



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MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT— Doris M. Downey, Mat- 
thew Mealy. 



BUSINESS EDUCATION DEPARTMENT— First Row: Ger- 
trude Quinn, Marie Maguire, William H. Dugan, Mary E. 
Thyne, Lillian McCarthy. Second Row: William J. Bond, Mar- 
garet M. Maguire, Robert M. Barry, Helen Varsos, Thomas P. 
Boyle. 




AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT— Edward A. McKenney, 
Edward J. Donaghy, Henry G. Wendler, John W. McGuckian, 
Dennis M. Crowley. 



HISTORY DEPARTMENT— Lucille A. Bruno, 
nessey, Albert F. Landrigan, Louise P. O'Malley. 



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Jean McNichols 



Evelyn Malovich 




Roberta Magi 




Dorothy Armstrong 



CHEERLEADERS 



Jane Edstrom 



Claire Ingemi 





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AGRICULTURE 





Harry Quint, 60 years of commercial florist; Charles Hicks, 
trainee. 



George Clark, Graduate; Ronald Mola. 




Landscape Maintenance Service. Edward T. Hagen. Roslindale; 
Paul J. Holzman, West Roxbury; James R. McGowan, Jamaica 
Plain. 









Moving Fresh Dug Evergreen to truck. Donald Pasquantonio 
at Pine Gardens Nursery, Milton. 



Insect Control on Small Shrubs at Arnold Arboretum. Richard 
Andrews, Jamaica Plain at Left. 



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The Stairway of Knowledge 



Maryanne Aldfed 
14 Seaverns Avenue 
Jamaica Plain 
Class Treasurer 3, Business 
Club 4, Red Cross Repre- 
sentative 2 

Ambition: Health, Happi- 
ness, and "Hank" 



Jacqueline R. Ameraulm 

"Jackie" \1 

209 Boylston Street 

Jamaica Plain 

Glee Club 2, 3; Business 

Club 3, 4; Camera Club 3, 

4; D.E.C.A. 4 

Ambition: Success and a 
happy marriage 




Anna M. An 
"Mousi 
87 Mozart Street 
Jamaica^Pfain 
Choral Practice 3, 4 
Ambition: Love, luck, 
happiness 



Richard F. Andrews 

"Dickie" 
28 Wachusett Street 
Jamaica Plain 
Hockey Captain 2, 3, 
Football 3, 4 
Ambition: Success 



Richard W. Ansel 1 

"Ritchie" 
22 Edge Hill Street 
Jamaica Plain 
D.E.CA. 4; Basketball 2; 
Art Club 3; History Club 3. 
Ambition: Electronics Engi- 
neer 




Dorothy A. Armstrong 

"Dotlic" 

35 Rossmore Road 

Jamaica Plain 

Bowling 3; Badminton 3; 

History Club 3; Business 

Club 3; Choral Practice 3, 

4; Cheerleader 4; Yearbook 

4. 

Ambition: Love luck, and 
happiness 



Gerald P. Barry 

"Jerry" 
97 Jamaica St. 
Jamaica Plain 
Football 4 

Ambition: Electronic 
neer 



Engi- 



Ruth A. Barry 
"Rnthie" 

! Bickford Street 

Jamaica Plain 
Bowling 2; Glee Club 2; 
Camera Club 2 
Ambition: Love and Mar- 
riage 



3hel K. Beane Jr. 

"Bean Boy" 
8 Elmore Street 
Roxbury 
Track 3 

Ambition: To further 
education and knowledge 



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Evelyn M. Beaudet 

"Evie" 
9 Bellflower Street 
Dorchester 25 
Bowling 2, 3; Red Cross 2, 
3; Glee Club 2; Volleyball 4 
Ambition: Love, Marriage 
and Happiness 




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Barbara A. Bellrose 

"5«-/ooi" 

80 Pond Street 

Jamaica Plain 

Volleyball 3; Glee Club 4; 

Clarion Staff 4; Book Club 

3; Choral Practice 4; Book 

Club 4 

Ambition: To be a nurse 
and a good wife 



Margaret M. Belmont 

"Margie" 

8 Union Ave. 

Jamaica Plain 

Red Cross 4; Business Club 

4; Pep Club 4 

Ambition: Love, luck, and 
success 



Dennis A. Bennett 

"Denny" 
37 Horadon Way 

Roxbury 
Key Club (sec.) 2, 3, 4; 
African Semina 4; Clarion 
3, 4; Red Cross (pres.) 2, 
3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; 
Art Club 2 

Ambition: Love; and an ex- 
citing and adventurous life 






Lorraine M. Bergeron 
"Lulu" 
49 Firth Road 
Roslindale 
Business Club 2; Office 
Helper 2, 3; Junior Achieve- 
ment 3; Homeroom Treas- 
urer 3; Honor Society (v.p.) 
3, 4; Yearbook Editor 4, 
Senior Council 4 



Bruce M. Billouin 
43 Sheridan St. 
Jamaica Plain 
Baseball 2, 3, 4; Hockey 2, 
3, 4; History Club 3; Track 
3 
Ambition: College 



Roberta A. Bills 
"Bobbi" 

15 Metcalf Court 
Jamaica Plain 
Choral Practice 3; Art Club 
2, 3; Stamp Treasurer 3; 
Red Cross Dolls 2; Business 
Club 4; Clarion 4; Year- 
book Staff 4; Class Repre- 
sentative 4 




Carol A. Bissett 

82 Chestnut Ave. 

Jamaica Plain 

Choral Practice 3, 4; Office 

Helper 4 

Ambition: Secretary and 
later marriage 



William Blair 

"Tiny" 

5 1 Prentiss Street 

Roxbury 

Basketball 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 

3, 4; Football 2, 3; Spanish 

Club 4; Volleyball Coach 

4; Senior Council; Book 

Club 4; Library Forum 4; 

Basketball (capt.) 4; Drum 

& Bugle 2, 3, 4 

Ambition: Professional Bas- 

ketb&l Player 




"Chow" Time at "J.P." 



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"The Ivy Leaguers" 



Charles O. C. Bostick 

19 Bromley Street 

Jamaica Plain 

Cross Country 3; Track 2, 

3,4 

Ambition: Attend college 



Joseph E. Bourgeois 

"Joe" 
1 1 Blackwood Street 
Back Bay 
Camera Club 4; History 
Club 3; U.S. Stamp Repre- 
sentative 4 
Ambition: Physicist 








Ernestine Brookins 

"Stina" 
51 Prentiss Street 
Roxbury 
Glee Club 3, 4; Business 
Club 3, 4; Volleyball 3, 4; 
Basketball 3, 4; Junior 
Achievement 3; History 
Club 3 



William R. Brown 

"B" 
19 Dunster Road 
Jamaica Plain 
Outlook 20th Century 
Ambition: Salesman 



Joan C. Bryett 
"Joanie" 

30 Elm Street 

Jamaica Plain 
Choral Practice 3: Business 
Education Club 4 
Ambition: To be as wonder- 
ful as my mother 




Gail F. Campbell 


Madeline A. Carnevale 


Frances D. Cass 


Priscilla L. Cheng 


1 Buckley Avenue 


14 Ashley Street 


"Frannv" 


"Larna" 


Jamaica Plain 


Jamaica Plain 


331 CentcrStrcet 


101 Moraine Street 


History Club 4; Business 


D.E.C.A. 4 (treas.). Red 


Jamaica Plain 


Jamaica Plain 


Club 3, 4 


Cross 3, Clarion Advertis- 


Business Club 4 


Red Cross Representative 3, 


Ambition: Hair Dresser 


ing 3 


Ambition: To be a success- 


Future Nurses 3, 4; Glee 




Ambition: Happy Marriage 


ful beautician 


Club 3, 4; Volleyball 3, 
Choral Practice 3 
Ambition: To make "Sarky" 
happy 



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Barbara A. Cherney 
"Barby" 

25 Forest Hills Street 
Jamaica Plain 
Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Art Club 
3; Choral Practice 2, 3, 4; 
Volleyball 3; Business Club 
4; Art Appreciation 4 
Ambition: Commercial Art- 
ist 



Ann M. Chiampa 
142 School Street 
Jamaica Plain 
Bowling 3, 4; Red Cross 3, 
4; Usherette 3; Glee Club 4 
Ambition: Executive secre- 
tary 



Judith A. Chiampa 

"Crisco" 
142 School Street 
Jamaica Plain 
Bowling 3; Usherette 3; 
Class Treasurer 2; Yearbook 
Staff 4; Choral Practice 4 
Ambition: Success and hap- 
piness 



Margaret A. Colantoni 
"Peggy" 
89 Carolina Ave. 
Jamaica Plain 
Business Club 4 
Ambition: Clerical Ma- 
chine Operator 







Grace L. Coleman 
22 Lakeville Road 
Jamaica Plain 
Spanish Club 2; Usherette 
3; Future Nurses 4; Science 
Club 2; Office Helper 3; 
Red Cross Dolls 3. 
Ambition: Nurse 



Paul M. Connolly 

"Gene" 
5 Crosby Square 
Jamaica Plain 
Basketball 3, 4; Football 4; 
History Club Officer 4 
Ambition: Gentleman and a 
scholar -,'i" -> 



Sarah L. Cook 

483 Dudley Street 

Roxbury 

History Club 4; Nursing 4; 

Volleyball 3, 4 

Ambition: Nurse 




Jean M. Cough] 
"Jeanie" 
73 Cedar Street 
Jamaica Plain 
Choral Practice 4 
Ambition: Executive Secre- 
tary 



Joan i 
"Joni" 
265 Centre Street 

Jamaica Plain 
Future Nurses 2; Glee Club 
2, 3; Business Club, 2, 13; 
Classroom Treasurer 3; 
U.S. Stamps 3; Yearbook 
Staff 4; Senior Class Vice 
President 4 

Ambition: X-Ray Techni- 
cian 




Getting their "MINIMUM DAILY REQUIREMENT" 



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'Mirror, Mkror on the wall — Whose the . . .?" 



William Cybulski 

"Bill" 

324 E Street 

South Boston 

Office Assistant 4; Key Club 

4; F.F.A. 3, 4; D.H.I.A. 4; 

4-H Club 2, 3, 4; Manager 

of Baseball 

Ambition: Architectural 
Landscaper 



Claire M. Dacey 

47 Cornwall Street 

Jamaica Plain 

Business Club 3; Glee Club 

2,3 

Ambition: Hairdresser 






Maureen Da Silva 

"Moe" 

103 Child Street 

Jamaica Plain 

Defense Stamps 2, 3; Red 

Cross Dolls 2, 3, 4; History 

Club 4; Future Nurses Club 

2, 3, 4; Business Club 2; 

Yearbook Staff 4 

Ambition: To stay happy 



Richard P. Davis 

"Davis" 

34 Mozart Street 

Jamaica Plain 

History Club 3, 4; D.E.CA 

4; Athletic Association 3 

Ambition: To be a success 




Carole A. Di Benedetto 

21 Schiller Street 

Jamaica Plain 

Miss Simplicity 4; D.E.CA. 

4; Glee Club 3, 4; Bowling 

2, 3; Clarion Advertising 3, 

Ambition: Success' and 

'tffiSe 




Margaret C. Doherly 

"Peggy" 

210 Amory Street 

Jamaica Plain 

Business Club 3, 4 

Ambition: Private Secretary 



Barry M. Dolan 
2 Rossmorc Road 
Jamaica Plain 
Football 2, 3, 4; Basketball 
4; Baseball 4; Track 4; Key 
Club 3; Class Vice Presi- 
dent 4 

Ambition: To become a 
member of the Peace Corps 



Michael P. Dowd 

"Mike" 
65 Rossmorc Road 
Jamaica Plain 
Football 2, 3, (co-capt.) 
Baseball 4; Key Club 4 
Ambition: Slate Trooper 



Nancy A. Dowd 

73 7. Parker Street 

Roxbury 

Cheerleader (co-capt.) 4; 

Business Club 4 

Ambition: Dental Assistant 



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Patricia A. Dugas 

"Dukie" 
285 Roxbury Street 
Roxbury 
Bowling 2, 4; Choral Prac- 
tice 4; Business Club (pres.) 
4; Home Room Treasurer 
4 

Ambition: Executive Secre- 
tary 



Maureen TMDurkin 

"Renee" 

234 Calumet Street 

Roxbury 

Bowling 2; Business Club 4; 

Choral Practice 3, 4; Pep 

Club 3 

Ambition: Lead a happy 
and successful life 



Jane R. Edstrom 

"Red" 

33 Lotus Street 

Jamaica Plain 

Cheerleader 4; Business 

Club 2, 4 

Ambition: Success in the 
world of business 



Patricia A. Finn 

"Fifi" 
104 Selden Street 
Dorchester 24 
Miss Simplicity 2; Red 
Cross Dolls 2, 4; Future 
Nurses 4; Business Club 4 
Ambition: To stay happy 





Christine A. Fletcher 
"Fletch" 
25 St. Peter St. 
Jamaica Plain 
Editor-in-Chief Yearbook 4; 
Home Room Treasurer 2, 3; 
Yearbook Representative to 
Emmanuel College 4; Tardy 
Desk Assistant 3, 4; Bowl- 
ing 2; Red Cross Dolls 2, 3 



Bruce A. Flippin 

188 Lamartine St. 

Jamaica Plain 

Football 3, 4; Hockey 3, 

4 

Ambition: Success in col- 
lege 



George E. Flood 

200 Calumet St. 

Roxbury 

Football 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4; 

History Club 3; Key Club 

3 

Ambition: Edison Lineman 




Carol A. Flynn 

74 Day St. 
Jamaica Plain 
Bowling 2; Glee Club 2, 3, 
4 

Ambition: To be happily 
married 



Helen F. Flynn 

122 Heath Street 

Jamaica Plain 

Future Nurses Club (sec.) 

2, 3, 4, Yearbook Business 
Manager 4, Glee Club 2, 

3, 4, Committee 3; Science 
Fair Winner 2 
Ambition: Nurse 




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'Skipper and his crew taking on supplies." 



Mary L. Ford 


Lewis E. Foster 


14 Wigglesworth Street 


"Big Lou" 


Roxbury 


58 Annunciation Road 


Choral Practice 3; Junior 


Roxbury 


Achievement 3, 4; Business 


Football 2, 3; Basketball 2, 


Club 4; Glee Club 4 


3, 4; Track 2, 4; Y.P.F. 2, 


Ambition: Telephone Oper- 


3, 4; Drum & Bugle 2 


ator 


Ambition: To reach great 




heights in the world 





Kevin J. Fountaine 

"Kev" 
46 Monponsit Street 
Hyde Park 
Agriculture Club 3, 4 
Ambition: Cornell Univer- 
sity 



Marilyn J. Fuller 

"Marny" 
171 Green Street 
Jamaica Plain 
Choral Practice 3; Gradua- 
tion Usherette 3 
Ambition: To be as wonder- 
ful as my mother 



Dick J. Gagner 

"Dick" 

586 Blue Hill Ave. 

Dorchester 

Class Treasurer 2; Saving 

Stamps 2 

Ambition: To be a high 
school teacher 




Victor Gaigals 
"Chipmonk" 

15 Dunstcr Road 
Jamaica Plain 
History Club 1; Chemistry 
Club 3 

Ambition: Electronic Engi- 
neer 



Donald E. Gallagher 
"Don" 
2 Jackson St. 
Charlestown 
Football 2, 4; Hockey 2; 
History Club 3, 4 
Ambition: To grow physi- 
cally and economically 



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Barbara A. Galvin 
"Petsy" 
18 Boynton St. 
Business Club 4; Future 
Nurses Club 3 (pres.) 
Ambition: Successful nurs- 
ing career 




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Joseph F. Gardner 
"Joe" 
6 Myrtle Place 
Roxbury 
Key Club 1: History Club 
2; Agriculture Club 1, 2; 
D.E.C.A. 4; Junior Achieve- 
ment 3 

A m b i ti o n: Advertising 
Manager 




Frances A. Gidick 

"Franny" 

33 Mt. Ida Road 

Dorchester 

Volleyball 2; Business Club 

2, 3, 4; Office Assistant 2, 

3, 4; Gregg Award 3; Year- 
book Staff 4 

Ambition: Private secretary 



Barry C. Gilfeather 

"Gilly" 

43 School Street 

Jamaica Plain 

Track & Field 3; Football 

2; D.E.CA. 4; Advertising 

Clarion 4 

Ambition: Air Force 



Mary E. Gillooly 

"Blondie" 

20 Edgehill St. 

Jamaica Plain 

Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Bowling 

2 

Ambition: To live happily 



Robert L. Giroux 

"Pebbles" 

91 Glen Road 

Jamaica Plain 

Football 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4 
Ambition: A life of service 
to fellow men 





Gilbert L. Godfrey 

"Gil" 

144 Homestead Street 

Dorchester 

Football 4; Basketball 3, 4; 

Track 2, 3; Drum & Bugle 

1, 2, 3; Band 4; E.H.S. 

Crew 2; Cross Country 1, 

2 

Ambition: College 



Pauline F. Goulet 
"Ichabod" 
80 Pond St. 
Jamaica Plain 
Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Choral 
Practice 2, 3, 4 
Ambition: Health, happi- 
ness and love 



Beverly R. Grady 

"Beb" 

209 Park Street 

West Roxbury 

Fashions 2, 4; Glee Club 3; 

Volleyball 3; Basketball 3; 

Red Cross 3, 4; Homeroom 

Treasurer 4 

Ambition: Court steno- 
grapher 





JoAnne G. Grady 
71 Williams Street 
Jamaica Plain 
Business Club 3; Cheer- 
leader 4 (co-capt.) 4; Year- 
book Staff 4; National Hon- 
or Society 3 (pres.) 4; 
Ambition: Private secre- 
tary 



Donley M. Granderson 
"Donny" 
10 Howland Street 
Dorchester 
Football 3; Track 3, 4; Red 
Cross Rep. 4; Basketball 2, 
3, 4; Art Club 4; Art Ap- 
preciation 4 
Ambition: Commercial Artist 




'Coffee Break at Barry's" 



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Election Time at J.P.H.S. 




Gloria G. Grant 

"Glory" 

60 Annunciation Road 

Roxbury 

Nursing Club 4; Glee Club 

4; Volleyball 4; History 

Club 4 

Ambition: Nursing 



Marcia L. Gurney 

"Mackie" 
61 Rossmore Road 
Jamaica Plain 
Glee Club 2, 3 

Ambition: Success and hap- 
piness 






Richard E. Haggerty 

"Dick" 

55 Seaverns Ave. 

Jamaica Plain 

Senior Council 4; Football 

2, 3, 4; Basketball 2 

Ambition: Army 



Norman J. Halliday 

"Skip" 

42 Walden Street 

Jamaica Plain 

Football 3, 4; Basketball 2, 

3; Baseball 3, 4 

Ambition: Sports Announc- 



Karen M. Hansen 
106 Heath Street 
Jamaica Plain 
Business Club 4; Junior 
Achievement 4; Bowling 
Club 3; Glee Club 3, 4 
Ambition: College 






Paul T. Happeny 


Juanita M. Harding 


Kathleen Harrington 


James J. Hart 




"Hap" 


"Lynne" 


"Kathx" 


"Jim" 




607 Parker Street 


61 1 Harrison Avenue 


17 Bickford St. 


104 Calumet Street 




Roxbury 


Boston 


Jamaica Plain 


Roxbury 




Baseball 3, 4; Basketball 2, 


Basketball 2, 3; Volleyball 


Bowling 2, 4; Basketball 2. 


Baseball 3; Basketball 1 




3; Class Treasurer 2. 3; 


3; History Club 3, 4; Glee 


4; Glee Club 2; Volleyball 


Ambition: To be a me 


ch 


Drum & Bugle 2: 3, 4; Red 


Club 3; D.E.C.A. 4 


4 


anic 




Cross Representative 2 


Ambition: Interior Decorator 


Ambition: Happiness for- 






Ambition: Success 




ever 







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Robert S. Harris 
"Bobby" 
193 Townsend Street 
Roxbury 
Key Club 3, 4; Basketball 
2, 3, 4; Junior Achievement 
4; Lunchroom Assistant 4; 
Business education 4 
Ambition: To be a success- 
ful lawyer 



Margaret M. Hartnett 

"Midge" 

21 Knoll Street 

Roslindale 

Glee Club 3; Basketball 2; 

Homeroom Treasurer 4; 

Volleyball 2, 3 

Ambition: To be happily 

married 



Barbara A. Haskell 
"Barbie" 
613 Parker St. 
Roxbury 
Bowling 2; Choral Prac- 
tice 3, 4; Glee Club 4; Busi- 
ness Education Club 4 
Ambition: To be as wonder- 
ful as my mother 



Geraidine M. Hayes 
"Gerry" 
6 Cerina Road 
Jamaica Plain 
Choral Practice 3; Usher- 
ette 3; Miss Simplicity 4 
Ambition: Airline Steward- 






Sandra J. Henthorne 

"Sandy" 

29 Seaverns Ave. 

Jamaica Plain 

Clarion 3; Stamp Treasurer 

2, 3; Office Helper 3 

Ambition: Hairdresser or 

secretary 



Willard L. Herbrand 
"Bill" 
53 Wensly Street 
Roxbury 
Key Club 2, 3, 4; I 
Cross 2; Clarion 4 
Ambition: Navy 



Karen Hicks 
"Katie" 
85 Harvard Street 
Dorchester 
Homeroom Treasurer 1, 2; 
Red Cross; Office Helper 1, 
4; Laboratory Assistant 2; 
Agriculture Club 1, 2, 3; 
Yearbook Staff 4; Miss Sim- 
plicity 4 




Jean Hiduchick 

58 Day Street 

Jamaica Plain 
Miss Simplicity 3, 4; 
D.E.C.A. (sec.) 4; Clarion 
Advertising 4; Glee Club 
3; Stamp Treasurer 2; Home 
Room Treasurer 3 
Ambition: Success and hap- 
piness 



Paul J. Holzman 
"Bud" 
16 Spinney St. 
West Roxbury 
Agriculture Club 2, 3; Jun- 
ior Red Cross 3, 4; Senior 
Council 4; Key Club 4 
Ambition: Teacher 




Health Room, After the Game 



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"Why Pose? You're SUPPOSED to be studying? 



Wade Howard 
"Wadel" 

267 Centre St. 

Jamaica Plain 
Senior Class Treasurer 4; 
Class Council 3; Ticket 
Representative 4 
Ambition: A Pan American 
World Airways steward 



Lois J. Hunt 

"Lowie" 

3 Valentine Street 

Roxbury 

Business Club 3, 4; Bowling 

2, 4; Choral Practice 4 

Ambition: To be happy 






Claire M. Ingemi 

80 Pond St. 

Jamaica Plain 

Cheerleader 4; Glee Club 

Yearbook Staff 4 

Ambition: Air line hostess 



Marie E. Jangrow 
"Mousey" 
80 Pond St. 
Jamaica Plain 
Homeroom Treasurer 2; 
Clarion 2; Red Cross Rep- 
resentative 3; Future Nurses 
Club 3 
Ambition: Registered nurse 



Irene H. Johansen 

"Renie" 

18 Cedar Park 

Roxbury 

Business Club 4; Choral 

Practice 3, 4 

Ambition: To be happy 




Carol A. Juskiewicz 
"Jessie" 
108 South Street 
Jamaica Plain 
Clarion 3; Bowling 3, 4; 
Junior Achievement 4; Bad- 
minton 3; Volleyball 3; Af- 
rican Seminar 4 
Ambition: College 



Robert B. Jones 

"Jonesy" 

38 St. Rose Street 

Jamaica Plain 

Football 3, 4; Basketball 2. 
3, 4; Baseball 3, 4 
Ambition: College 



Andrew A. Kasparian 

"Andy" 

4 Bishop Street 

Jamaica Plain 

D.E.C.A. Club 4; Clarion 

Advertising 3, 4 

Ambition: Radio and T.V. 

Technician 



Zigmunds Kauzens 

"Zigi" 
1 1 Robeson Street 
Jamaica Plain 
Football 3, Variety Show 
Ambition: College and 
good life 



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Elizabeth A. Kay 
"Betty" 
19 Spring Park Avenue 
Jamaica Plain 
Business Education 2; Bowl- 
ing Club 2 
Ambition: Airline Hostess 



Patricia A. Kemmett 

"Pat" 

220 South Street 

Jamaica Plain 

Museum School 3; Art Club 

2, 3; Glee Club 3; Business 

Club 2 

Ambition: Commercial Artist 



William J. Kohler 

"Bill" 
58 Boylston Street 
Jamaica Plain 
Glee Club 3, 4; Basketball 
3; D.E.CA. 4; Junior 
Achievement 3, 4; History 
Club 3, 4 
Ambition: Armed Forces 




Grant Krikorian 
103 Sheridan Street 
Jamaica Plain 
Hockey 2, 3, 4; Baseball 
3, 4; Clarion 4 
Ambition: Success 




Lorraine LaHaie 

"Lorry" 

8 Tobin Court 

Roxbury 

Business Club 4; Volleyball 
4; Office Assistant 4; Choral 
Practice 3 

Ambition: Medical Secre- 
tary and Housewife 



Richard J. Lake 

"Wormy" . 
88 Jamaica Street 
Baseball 3, 4; Football 3, 4 
Ambition: Economic suc- 
cess 



James Larkin 
"Jim" 

5 Barbara St. 

Jamaica Plain 
Agriculture Club 1, 2, 3; 
Davis Award 1; D.E.CA. 
Club 4 (v.p.); Key Club 
3, 4; Clarion Advertising 4; 
Class Treasurer 2 





Ann M. Lauinger 
80 Pond Street 
Jamaica Plain 
Glee Club 3, 4 
Ambition: Secretary 



Paul V. Layne 
12 Highland Street 
Roxbury 
Track 3, 4; Football 4 
Ambition: Commercial 
ist 




Our Slogan, "Better late than never.' 



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Lunchtime for the Ivy Staff 



Ruth N. Ledford 

"Ruthie" 
25 Gartland Street 
Jamaica Plain 
Basketball 2, 3, 4; Volley- 
ball 4; Red Cross Repre- 
sentative 3; Bowling 2, 3, 4; 
Cheerleader 4; History 4; 
Usherette 3 
Ambition: To do God's will 



Edward T. Leonard 

"Ed" 

150 Bowdoin Street 

Dorchester 

Office practice assistant 

Ambition: To join the 

Army and take Accounting 





Faith O. Leonard 

24 Heath Street 

Jamaica Plain 

Business Club 4; Glee Club 

2, 3,4 

Ambition: I.B.M. operator 



Martha J. Leonard 
"Babe" 
298 South Street 
Jamaica Plain 
Clarion 3; Yearbook 4; His- 
tory Club 3, 4; African 
Seminar 4; Stamp Treasurer 
3; Usherette 3 

Ambition: Delegate to the 
United Nations 



Eleanor T. H. Lew 
"Ellis" 

48 Warren Street 
Roxbury 19 
Cheerleader 4; Clarion 
Staff 3, 4; Bowling 3; Year- 
book 4; Red Cross Repre- 
sentative 4; Business Club 
2; Glee Club 2; Usherette 
3; African Seminar 4 




Peter R. Lippens 
"The Ranker" 
198 Fay wood Avenue 
East Boston 
History Club 3; Junior 
Achievement 3, 4; Agricul- 
ture Club 2, 3 

Ambition: Florist or Land- 
scaper 



Barbara A. Lloyd 
"Bobbi" 

472 Massachusetts Avenue 
Boston 
Junior Achievement 3 
(sec), 4; Camera Club 3, 4; 
Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Library 
Helper 3; Clarion 2, 3, 4; 
Yearbook 4; National Hon- 
or Society 4; History Club 4 
Ambition: Success in How- 
ard University and later life 



John A. Lofgren 

16 Rodman Street 

Jamaica Plain 

Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Home 

and School Bazaar 4 

Ambition: To become a 

priest 



Dorothy! A. Lyon 

"Dottv" 
30 Bickford Street 
Jamaica Plain 
Bowling 3; Basketball I 
Ambition: Health 'and hap- 
piness 



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Donald M. MacDonald 
"Mac" 
302 Centre Street 
Jamaica Plain 
Football 2, 3, 4; Basket- 
ball 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4 
Ambition: Sports commen- 
tator 



Grace E. Madden 

"Grade" 
1 1 Woodman St. 
Jamaica Plain 
Red Cross 2, 3; Business 
Club 3, 4; Glee Club 4; 
Pep Club 2, 3, 4 
Ambition: To lead a happy 
life 







Patricia G. Maffie 
68 Horadan Way 
Roxbury 
Cheerleader Mgr. 4; Busi- 
ness Club 4 

Ambition: Executive secre- 
tary 




Richard E. Magi 
"Rich" 

32 Perkins Street 
Jamaica Plain 
Key Club 3, 4 (pres.); 
Clarion 3, 4 (co-editor); 
Yearbook 4; Student Coun- 
cil 3; National Honor So- 
ciety 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; 
Cross Country 3; Camera 
Club 4 
Ambition: College 




Roberta K. Magi 

32 Perkins Street 
Jamaica Plain 
Camera Club 4; Art Club 
2, 3; Cheerleader 4; Bowl- 
ing 2; Office Assistant 4; 
Usherette 3; Yearbook Staff 
4; Home Room Treasurer 2 . 
Ambition: Teacher i L / 



Evelyn M. Malovich 
62 Burnett Street 
Jamaica Plain 
Basketball 2, 3, 4; Bowling 
3; Future Nurses 2, 3; 
History 3, 4; Volleyball 4; 
Usherette 3; Laboratory As- 
sistant 3; National Honor 
Society 3; Cheerleader 4 
Ambition: Nurse 




Carol I. Marino 

"Carol" 

52 Dix Street 

Dorchester 

Bazaar Committee 4; Girls' 

Basketball* 3 

Ambition: To become a 
registered nurse 



John F. McCormick 

"Mac" 
36 Manning Street 
Rosindale 31 
Hockey 2, 3, 4; Key Club 
3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Foot- 
ball 4; Class President 4 
Ambition: College 



Judith A. Marden 

954 Parker Street 

Jamaica Plain 

Basketball 2; Business Club 

3; Bowling 4 

Ambition: Executive Secre- 
tary 




Two Nancy's and a Phyllis from 206 



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"Waiting for the bell" 




Kenny H. McFerson 

"Herman" 

902 Albany Street 

Roxbury 

Drum & Bugle Corps 2, 3; 

Band; Track 2; History 

Club 3, 4; (v.p.) Library 

Assistant 4; Baseball 2 

Ambition: To sing softly 



Patricia A. McGuire 

35 Boynton Street 

Jamaica Plain 

Miss Simplicity Fashions 2; 

Business Education Society 

4 

Ambition: A successful 
business career 





John E. McLaren 
19 Copley Street 
Roxbury 
Art Club 2; Camera Club 
3; Junior Achievement 3; 
Museum Art Classes 2; Red 
Cross 3, 4; Davis Prize 2; 
Yearbook Staff 4 
Ambition: Interior Design 



Daniel P. McLaughlin 
"Mac" 
40 Burgess Street 
Dorchester 
Clarion Staff Editor 3, 4; 
Yearbook 4; Camera Club 
3; Junior Achievement 3; 
History Club 4; Africa For- 
um 
Ambition: College 

■ 



George W. McLaughlin 
270 Ruggles Street 
Roxbury 
Agricultural Assistant 2 
Ambition: Landscape Arch- 
itect 




Margaret McLaughlin 
2 Peter Parley Rd. 
Jamaica Plain 
Fashion Show 2; Sales Dem- 
onstrator 3 

Ambition: Commercial 
Dress Buyer 



Maureen A. McMahon 

3 Morton Place 

Roxbury 20 

Business Club 4; Glee Club 

4 

Ambition: To please him 



Jean M. McNichols 
25 Tobin Court 
Roxbury, Mass. 

National Honor Society 3; 

Usherette 3; Cheerleader 4; 

Library Assistant 3; Davis 

Award 3 

Ambition: Secretary 



Robert Mola 

"Bob" 
38 Tyler Street 
Hyde Park 
Hockey 1,2, 3 

Ambition: Landscape Archi- 
tect 



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Ronald R. Mola 

38 Tyler Street 

Hyde Park 

Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4 

Ambition: Floriculture and 

floral designing 



Ronald A. Morgan 

"Ronnie" 

27 Seaverns Avenue 

Jamaica Plain 

Art Club 3; Choral Practice 

3 

Ambition: Entertainer 



Walter L. Mosher 
"Walt" 
1 Dane Street 
Jamaica Plain 
Basketball 2; Hockey 3; 
Baseball 2, 3, 4; Clarion 2, 
3, 4; Science Fair 2, 3; Hon- 
orable Mention State Science 
Fair 3; History Club 3, 4; 
Africa Forum 4: Key Club 



Hilda E. Moss 

"Bunny" 
34 Heath Street 
Jamaica Plain 
Business Education Club 4; 
Office Assistant 4 
Ambition: To live happily 
ever after 





Marie M. Murphy 

"Mouse" 

84 Marcella Street 

Roxbury 19 

Glee Club 4; Business Club 

4; Bowling 4 

Ambition: To be happily 
married 



Irene Muzyka 
"Renie" 

233 Kittredge Street 
Roslindale 
Business Club 4; Choral 
Practice 3 
Ambition: Public speaker 



Thomas J. Myers 

"Tom" 

79 Carolina Avenue 

Jamaica Plain 

Hockey 2; Baseball 2, 3, 4 

Ambition: To work hard for 

"Wealth" 





Elke Novertne 
"Al" 

122 Day Street 

Jamaica Plain 
Home Room treasurer 2; 
Red Cross 3; Usherette 3; 
Camera Club 3, 4; Clarion 
Assistant Editor 3, 4; Cheer- 
leader 4; African Forum 4 
Ambition: Private secretary 



Theresa L. O'Donnell 
"Terry" 
23 Kenton Road 
Jamaica Plain 
Basketball 2, 3; Miss Sim- 
plicity 2; Art Club 3; Fash- 
ion Show 3; History Club 
3; Business Club 4; Red 
Cross Representative 3; 
Yearbook Staff 4; Art Edi- 
tor 4 

Ambition: The best of 
everything 




It's 2:35 at Brigham's 



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Coffee and Doughnuts by Metropolitan Furniture 






Joyce J. O'Neil 
"Joy" 

34 St. Rose St. 
Red Cross 2, 3; Miss Sim- 
plicity 4; History Club 3, 
4; Future Nurses 3, 4; Jun- 
ior Council 3; Office Helper 
4; Volleyball 2; Senior 
Council 4; Year Book Staff 
4 



Maureen A. Owens 

"Moe" 
41 Dunster Road 
Jamaica Plain 
Future Nurses Club 4; Pep 
Club 4; Music Appreciation 
Club 3; Bazaar Committee 
4 

Ambition: To become a 
good Registered Nurse 




Elaine Pantazelos 

"Lainey" 
14 Leedsville Street 
Dorchester 
Business Education Club 4; 
Clarion Staff 4; Glee Club 
4; Home Room Treasurer 
4; Class Secretary 4 
Ambition: To lead a happy 
life 



Donald A. Pasquantonio 

42 Orchard Road 

Milton 

Glee Club 2; Flower Show 

3,4 

Ambition: To become a 
landscape architect 



Dianne B. Peacock 

5 Lamartine Street 

Jamaica Plain 

Red Cross Club 2; Glee 

Club 2, 3.4 

Ambition: To improve in 

learning and grace 




N. Douglas Pepper Jr. 

"Don/;" 

32 Holbrook St. 

Jamaica Plain 

Clarion Advertising 2, 4; 

Key Club 3, 4; D.E.C.A. 4; 

Camera Club 3, 4; Trick 

Drill 2 

Ambition: Merchandise 
Manager 



Donna M. Phclan 
"Dotula" 

13 Orchard Street 
Jamaica Plain 
Future Nurses Club 4; Glee 
Club 2, 3; Stamp Repre- 
sentative 2: Red Cross Doll 
3. 4; Usherette 3 
Ambition: To be a happily 
married nurse 



John M. Porter 

"Mike" 
267 Centre Street 
Jamaica Plain 
Football 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 
3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4 
Ambition: Career in Marine 
Corps 



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Regina Quintaglie 
"Reggie" 

48 Brookley Road 
Jamaica Plain 
Miss Simplicity 3; Business 
Club 4; Homeroom Treas- 
urer 3, 4; U.S. Saving 
Stamps 3, 4 

Ambition: Executive secre- 
tary 




Richard V. Rhone 
"Rick" 

29 Maiden Street 
Boston 
Track 2, 3; History Club 
(pres.) 3, 4; Clarion Sports 
Editor 4; Key Club 4; Stu- 
dent Council 3, 4; Home- 
room Rep. 3 



Wynne L. Richards 

"Pooch" 
13 Lambert Street 
Roxbury 
Basketball 2, 3, 4; Volley- 
ball 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 
4; Pep Club 4 
Ambition: I.B.M. operator 



Maureen A. Reilly 

"Rellie" 
35 Boylston Street 
Jamaica Plain 
Future Nurses 4; Glee Club 
4; Red Cross Representative 
4; Pep Club 4 
Ambition: Math teacher 



Margaret M. Ritchie 

"Margie" 

17 Pond Street 

Jamaica Plain 

Red Cross Representative 2; 

Bowling Club; Glee Club 2; 

Business Education Club 4 

Ambition: Success through 

serving others happily 






William Robertson 
"Bill" 

34 Murdock Street 
Brighton 
Baseball 2, 3, 4; Hockey 2, 
3 

Ambition: "Career in the 
world of business" 



Judith A. Roderigues 
"Judy" 
14 Coleus Park 
Dorchester 
Glee Club 2; Volleyball 2; 
History Club 3 
Ambition: Executive secre- 
tary 



Charles V. Rogers 
"Roger" 
56 Robinwood Avenue 
Jamaica Plain 
Drum & Bugle 2, 3, 4; Art 
Club 2; Hockey 3 
Ambition: Electronic engi- 
neer 





Gail E. Roy 

928 Parker Street 

Jamaica Plain 

Business Club 4; French 

Club 2 

Ambition: To be happily 
married 



Elaine A. Salemme 
1 1 St. John St. 
Jamaica Plain 
Red Cross Rep. 2; Stamp 
Rep. 3, 4; Miss Simplicity 
2; Future Nurses Club 4; 
Usherette 2; Home Room 
treasurer 3 
Ambition: Registered nurse 




THREE HOPEFUL, HOPE CHEST WINNERS, of SIX 
WHO WON. 



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FLETCHER'S TAXI 



Mary A. Sawyer 
208 Highland Street 
Roxbury 
Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Basket- 
ball 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 3, 4 
Ambition: Success 



Mary L. Shannon 

8 Harris Ave. 

Jamaica Plain 

Business Club 4 

Ambition: To be happy as 

a successful secretary 





Thomas J. Shea 

"Tom" 

31 Maiden Street 

Boston 

Football 3, 4; Baseball 3, 

4; Basketball 3, 4 

Ambition: College 



Mary F. Sheridan 
61 Arborway 
Jamaica Plain 
Girls' Athletic Association 
3; Yearbook Staff 4; Nation- 
al Honor Society 3, 4 
Ambition: College 



Dorothy H. Short 
"Pepi" 

6 Biltmore Street 
Jamaica Plain 
Basketball 2, 3, 4; Volley- 
ball 2, 3, 4; Badminton 3, 
4; Tennis 2, 3; Bowling 4; 
Library Assistant 2, 3, 4; 
Red Cross 2, 3, 4; Glee 
Club 2. 3. 4; History 3, 4. 




Anita Sisenis 
"Annie" 
1 1 Robinwood Avenue 
Jamaica Plain 
Lay-out Editor, Ivy Year- 
book 4; Art Club 2, 3; 
Usherette 2; Volleyball 2; 
Basketball 2; Cheerleader 
(capt.) 4; Home Room 
Treasurer 2, 3 

Ambition: To become a 
Commercial Artist 



Sharyn Smith 


Carol A. Sotir 


Audrey F. Sterczcla 


3090 Washington Street 


6 Estey Street 


158 Ward St. 


Jamaica Plain 


Roxbury 


Roxbury 


Glee Club 3, 4; Basketball 


Business Club 4; Bowling 


D.E.C.A. 4; Glee Club 3 


3; Volleyball 3; Badminton 


3; Choral Practice 4; His- 


Clarion Advertising 4 


3 


tory Club 3 


Ambition: Success and hap- 




Ambition: Teacher 


piness 



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George Sullivan 
"Sully" 
52 Glenville Avenue 
Allston 
History Club 2, 3; Junior 
Achievement 3, 4; D.E.C.A. 
(pres.)l Yearbook Advertis- 
ing Manager 4; Davis 
Award 3 



Phyllis G. Sullivan 

"Phyl" 
178 Boylston Street 
Jamaica Plain 
Business Club 4; Pep Club 
4; Junior Achievement 2; 
Office Assistant 4 
Ambition: To be a happily 
married bookkeeper 



Ellen F. Suplee 
"Soupy" 
24 Rosecliff Street 
Roslindale 
Yearbook 4; Bowling 3; 
Business Club (sec.) 3, 4; 
Office Assistant 2; Stamp 
Treasurer 2; Choral Prac- 
tice 3 



Leonard C. Thomson 
"Lenny" 
40 Guild Street 
Roxbury 
Track 2, 3, 4; Football 
Cross Country 2, 3 
Ambition: Entertainer 





Nancy Tiews 

"Nanc" 

35 Spring Park Avenue 

Jamaica Plain 

Yearbook Staff 4; Clarion 

3; Pep Club 4; Junior 

Achievement 3, 4; Glee 

Club 2, 3; Office Assistant 

4; Symphony 2 



Nancy A. Turner 

"Nanc" 
21 Atherton Street 
Roxbury 
Cheerleader 4; Yearbook 
Staff 4; Science Fair 3; 
Business Club 4; Red Cross 
Dolls 2, 3, 4; History Club 
2; Junior Achievement 2 



Maureen F. Wallace 
"Moe" 
3 Danforth Street 
Roxbury 
Office Helper 2; Business 
Club 3; Pep Club 4 
Ambition: Executive secre- 
tary 




David I. Walsh 

"Dave" 

72 Walter Street 

Roslindale 

Athletic Association 2, 3; 

D.E.CA. 4 

Ambition: To be a success 
in life 



Marjorie A. Walsh 

"Margie" 

58 Horan Way 

Basketball 4; Red Cross 4 

Ambition: Beautician 




Mr. Good's "GOOD STAFF" 



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Diana L. Week 

"Snapper" 

63 Forest Hills Street 

Jamaica Plain 

Pep Club 4 

Ambition: To marry "Mr. 
Right" 



Celestine F. Weeks 

"Celly" 
48 Brookledge Street 
Dorchester 21 
Business Club 2; Glee Club 
2; Basketball 2; Volleyball 
2; History Club 2 
Ambition: Legal secretary 



Madeline M. Weiss 

"Mad" 
34 Chestnut Avenue 
Jamaica Plain 
Red Cross 4; Stamp Treas- 
urer 3; Business Club 4; 
Clarion 4; Bazaar Treasurer 
4 
Ambition: Private secretary 



LaVerne R. Williams 
"La Bum" 
89 Ruthven Street 
Dorchester 2 1 
Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Volley- 
ball 3. 4; Badminton 4; Fu- 
ture Nurses' Club 3; Basket- 
ball 3; Business Club 4; Pep 
Club 4 
Ambition: Nurse — Travel 





Pamela Winn 
"Pam" 
135 Crawford Street 
Dorchester 
Pep Club 4; Bazaar Collec- 
tion Committee 4 
Ambition: Success through 
perseverance 



William H. Winlon 
"Speedy Gonzales" 
66 Codman Park 
Roxbury 19 
Defense Stamps 2; Student 
Council 3; Laboratory As- 
sistant 4 

Ambition: Aviation and its 
components 



David H. Wright 

"Dave" 

1 1 Hutchings Street 

Roxbury 

Baseball 4 
Ambition: Mortician 



Carole E. Young 

"Bunny" 

103 W. Springfield Street 

Boston 18 

Glee Club 2, 3, 4; History 

Club 4 

Ambition: Language teacher 




WILLIAM J. GLEASON 

25 Lourdcs Avenue, Jamaica Plain 
Born April 16, 1944— Died June 28, 1960 

The Book of Life has been closed and the final marks entered for 

William Joseph Gleason, the first member of our Ivy Class to pass to 

that bourne for which we all long. 

The Sympathy of the Class of 1962, The Ivy Class, and of the Faculty 

and the Student Body of Jamaica Plain High School is extended to 

the father and mother and brothers and sister of our late beloved 

classmate. 

Rcquiescat in Pace 



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CAMERA SHY 



Ronald L. Allen 


Paul L. Campbell 


Ronald Carroll 


Timothy Hopkins 


"Mr. Luckey" 


"Little Soupy" 


"Ron" 


"Tim" 


Al Devon St. 


49 Yeoman Street 


116 Elm Hill Ave. 


3 Metcalf Ct. 


Dorchester 


Roxbury 


Dorchester 


Jamaica Plain 


Track 2, 3; Drill 2, 3 


Bookroom Assistant 4; Oral 


Ambition: A career in busi- 


Football 3, 4; Baseball 3. 


Ambition: Accountant 


Expression 2 


ness 


4; Hockey 3, 4 




Ambition: Horticulturist 




Ambition: To be a success 
in life 


Edward D. Kingsbury 


James Lord 


Judith MacDonald 


Kevin Mulcahy 


"Ed" 


"Hymie" 


"Scotty" 


"Pois" 


34 Leyland St. 


86 Humboldt Avenue 


39 Boynton St. 


36 Auckland St. 


Dorchester 


Roxbury 


Jamaica Plain 


Dorchester 


History Club 3; Chemistry 


Basketball 3; High Jumper 


Basketball 2, 3; Bowling 2, 


Football 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4; 


3 


3 


3; Business Club 2, 3; Fash- 


Basketball 3, 4 


Ambition: To major in Eng- 


Ambition: General account- 


ion Show 2, 3 


Ambition: Football coach 


lish 


er 


Ambition: Hairdresser 




Michael Paszak 


Earl J. Ray ford 


Douglas F. J. Reese 


Ana E. Ruiz 


6 Oakdale Street 


165 W. Newton St. 


"Doug" 


145 Hillside St. 


Jamaica Plain 


Boston 


80 Archdale Road 


Roxbury 


Junior Achievement; Bowl- 


Track 2 


Roslindale 


Basketball 1, 2; Glee Club 


ing Club; Lunchroom Assist- 


Ambition: College 


Drum & Bugle 1, 2, 3, 4; 


3,4 


ant 




Agriculture Club 1, 2, 3; 


Ambition: A happy mar- 




Alfred Saulgozis Jr. 


New England Flower Show 


riage 




22 South Huntington Ave. 


1,2, 3,4; Band 4 






Jamaica Plain 


Ambition: Landscaper, for- 






Ambition: Paratrooper 


est Ranger 






LATE 



SITTERS 




Michael A. Cassell 

"Mike" 

21 Kingsbury St. 

Roxbury 

Track 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 4 

Ambition: To be a famous 

track star 



Paul R. Grady 

"Buggsie" 
209 Park Street 
West Roxbury 

Football 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4; 

Hockey 2, 3, 4 

Ambition: To further my 

education 






John F. Hughes 
"Jack" 

32 Cornell Street 
Baseball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 
4 
Ambition: College 



Valentina Slastenenko 

"Val" 

24 Burroughs Street 

Jamaica Plain 

Volleyball 3 

Ambition: Biologist 



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Judith Winston 

"Judy" 
70 Dale Street 
Roxbury 
Glee Club 4; Bowling 4; 
Business Club 4; Pep Club 
4; Office Helper 3 
Ambition: Legal secretary 




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BASEBALL 




First Row: John Revelotis, Thomas Meyers. William Robertson. Arthur Cook, Kevin 
Mulcahy, Robert Jones. Second Row: Thomas Shea, Thomas Hanlon, Peter O'Shaugnessy, 
Coach Bond. 



FOOTBALL 
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First Row: James Dooley. Kevin Mulcahy. John Revelotis, Barry Dolan. Michael 
Dowd, Co-Captain; Robert Jones, Co-Captain; George Flood, John McCormick, Rob- 
ert Giroux, James Steward. Second Row: Richard Lake. Norman Halliday, Manager; 
James Mahoney. Gerald Barry, John Porter, James Porter. Paul Grady, Thomas Shea, 
Edward Berger, Richard Soderberg, Kenneth Helmar, James Leatherwood. David 
Offutt, James O'Neil, Adam Wroz, Manager; Dana Williams, Coach Murphy. Third 
Row: Thomas Chandler, Leonard Thomson, Richard Spann, James Hickey, Ronald 
Helmar, Bruce Flippen, Paul Connolly, Gilbert Godfrey, Joseph Hanley, Anthony 
DeGloria, Charles Watson, Joseph Egan, Edward Coughlin. 



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DISTRICT CHAMPIONS TOURNEY BOUND 




First Row: William Miller, Leo Osgood, Thomas Shea, William Blair, Kevin Mulcahey, 
Lewis Foster, Robert Jones, Coach; Edward Murphy. Second Row: Richard Haggerty, 
Roger Dunn, John Howard, James DeLoach, Craig Clark, Donley Granderson, 
Ronald Wright, Gilbert Godfrey, Norman Halliday. 




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HOCKEY 




First Row: Grant Krikorian, Bruce Billouin. Richard Andrews, Robert Mola, John 
McCormick, Ronald Mola. Second Row: Richard Segel, Manager; Thomas Sholes, 
Edward Shea, Paul Stanley, David Hynes, Stanley Andrews, Coach McGuckian. Third 
Row: James Allan, Carl Bersin, Michael Brodigan, Warren DiVenuti. 



TRACK 




First Row: Jacob Johnson, Bernard Powell, Albert Seavey, Anthony Rhodes. Lucius 
Williams, Clarence Phippin. Second Row: Gerald Baker, Richard Magi, Michael 
Porter, William Winton, Michael Cassell. Paul Layne, Errol Russell. Third Row: 
Coach Bond, William Cox, Ralph Elliott, Gilbert Waytes, Stanley Veazey, Lonnie 
Stewart, Dana Williams, Charles Brewer, Ronald Middleton, Robert Jackson, Joseph 
Joyce, Edward Vaara, Thomas (handler. Fourth Row: Edward Lewis, William Jen- 
kins, Arnold Perkins, Arthur Clavin, Edward Coughlin, Gregory Dunham, David 
Brown, Theodore Simpson, Ronald Sylvia. 



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GIRLS' BASKETBALL 




First Row: Miss Russell, Elke Nouvertne, Patricia Maffie, Wynne Richards, Roberta 
Magi, Barbara Bellrose, Evelyn Malovich, Ruth Ledford, Dorothy Short, Jean Mc- 
Nichols. Second Row: Dianne McQuiggan, Valerie Samson, Margo Burch, Nazarene 
Mondello, Angel Hester, Cheryl Phippen, Charlotte Mahoney, Shirley Avinger, Selma 
Mirson, Helen Miragas, Anne Rossa. 



GIRLS' BADMINTON 




First Row: Patricia Maffie, Wynne Richards, Dorothy Short, Ruth Ledford, Jane Ed- 
strom. Second Row: Jean McNichols, Elke Nouvertne, Barbara Bellrose, Roberta 
Magi, Evelyn Malovich, Mary Sawyer, Miss Russell. 



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GIRLS' VOLLEYBALL 




First Row: Jane Edstrom, Wynne Richards. Roberta Magi, Barbara Bellrose. Evelyn 
Malovich, Ruth Ledford, Jean McNichoIs, Lorraine LaHaie. Second Row: Patricia 
Callahan, Carol Welcher. Judith Herbin, Diane Calia, Astrida Bromults, Nazarene 
Mondello, Elke Nouvertne. Dolores Lombre, Miss Russell. Third Row: Patricia Maffie, 
Patricia Bennett, Mary Sawyer, Zigrida Kruckovs, Catherine Scopelites, Mary Trodden, 
Shirley Avinger. 



TENNIS 




First Row: Doreen Johnson, Donna Davenport. Mary Trodden. Catherine Scopelites, 
Nazarene Mondello. Patricia Dugas. Second Row: Cheryl Phippcn. Astrida Bromults, 
Mary Powers, Patricia Bennett. Carol Juskicwicz, Evelyn DePippo, Patricia Callahan, 
Zigrida Kruckovs, Miss Kelley. 



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CHEERLEADERS 



£&&£& 




First Row: JoAnne Grady, Anita Sisenis, Nancy Dowd. Second Row: Claire Ingemi, 
Eleanor Lew, Ruth Ledford, Nancy Turner, Dorothy Armstrong, Roberta Magi, Ev- 
elyn Malovich, Jane Edstrom, Elke Nouvertne, Jean McNichols. 



BOWLING 




First Row: Patricia Dugas, Claire Ingemi, Evelyn De Pippo, Carol Juskiewicz, Miss 
Kelley, Cheryl Phippen, Nazarene Mondello, Angela Hester. Second Row: Joyce 
Rogers, Catherine Scopelites, Bette Nadow, Barbara Nadow, Donna Davenport, Ju- 
dith Winston, Ramona Baker. Third Row: Patricia Callahan, Zigrida Kruckovs, As- 
trida Bromults, Mary Trodden, Mary Doocey, Patricia Bennett, Carol Lombardo, Stella 
Stashewshy. 



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AGRICULTURE 




Mr. Crowley, Nancy Kumph, Lucius Williams, William Farrell, George McLaughlin, 
Thomas McGrath, Peter Lippens, Melvin Wells, Kevin Fontaine, Charles Brewer, 
Donald Pasquantonio, Stephen Ciulla. 



LIBRARY ASSISTANTS 




Elkc Nouvertnc, Thomas Dunn, Evelyn Malovich. Richard Magi. Jean McNichoIs, 
Judith Herbin, William Blair, Waller Moshcr. Susan McLcllan, Patricia George, Le- 
ona Schmidt. 



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FUTURE NURSES 




First Row: Diane Calia, Nazarene Mondello, Cheryl Phippen, Barbara Galvin. Mrs. 
Farley, Helen Flynn, Patricia Coleman, Grace Coleman, Mary Ford, Elaine Salemme. 
Second Row: Diane James, Marion Caudle, Cecelia Cass, Roseann Viotto, Sarah Cook, 
Zigrida Kruckovs, Gloria Grant, Astrida Bromults, Donna Phelan, Maureen Reilly, 
Leona Schmidt, Roberta Pennor, Vivian Edwards. 

D. E. C. C. A. CLUB 




First Row: Carol Di Bennedetto, Madeline Carnevale, Miss Phillips, Jean Hiduchick, 
Joseph Gardner. Second Row: Jacqueline Amerault, William Robertson, Douglass Pep- 
per, Priscilla Cheng, David Walsh, Marilyn Harding, James Larkin, George Sullivan, 
Richard Ansell, Audrey Sterczela, James Hanley, Richard Davis, Andrew Kasparian. 



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RED CROSS DOLLS 




Dorothy Short, Elke Nouvertne, Ann Chiampa, Eleanor Lew, Miss Hayes, Gr>il Campbell, 
Christine Fletcher, Maureen DaSilva, Nancy Turner. 

RED CROSS REPRESENTATIVES 




First Row: John McLaren, Joanne Agababian. Madeline Weiss, Eleanor Lew, Sandra Hen- 
thorne, Claire Dacy, Paul Holzman. Second Row: Nancy Kurl, Betty Nadow, Barbara Nadow, 
Karen Hatch, Catherine Scopelites, Barbara Romanos, Judith Tyrell, Stephanie Coleman, 
Juanita Jones, Geraldine Collyer, Gretchen Johnson. Johnetta Bowden, Charlotte Mowry. 

LUNCH ROOM ASSISTANTS 




Alfred Berketschuk, Carol Connolly, Margo Burch. Jeanne DiAngelo, Lorraine Harris, Naz- 
arene Mondello, Karen Mills, Mrs. Quinn, Carol Whelcher, Mary Trodden, Rosemary Scan- 
Ion, Theresa Covassa, Leslie Forkin, Catherine Heggerly, Roseanne Viotto, Fred Binda. 



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STAMP TREASURERS 




First Row: Diane Colia, Judith Schuster, Barbara Nadow, Rosemary Desmarais, Regina 
Quintaglie, Margaret McLaughlin, Miss O'Connell, Patricia Maffie, Cheryl Allen, Patricia 
Dugas, Sarah Cooke, Judith Marden. Second Row: Linda Hicks, Carole Connolly, Linda 
Caruso, Marilyn Furlong, Lucille Walz, Dennis O'Neil, Joseph Bourgeois, James Lawless, 
Patricia Doherty, Laura McKay, Carole Welcher, Carol Jackimovicz, Karen Walsh. 

MUSEUM SCHOLARSHIP MEMBERS 




Redulla Habishon, Anita Sisenis, Pauline McDowell, Rose Wooster. 



HOME ECONOMICS CLUB 




Miss Crosby, Charlotte Mahoney, Sandra Henthorne, Geraldine Hayes, Gail Campbell, 
Carol Flynn, Mary Sawyer, Irene Muzyka, Faith Leonard, Virginia Boggess. 



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KEY CLUB 




First Row: Richard Rhone, Richard Magi, Mr. Brickley, 
James Larkin, Douglas Pepper. Second Row: Donald 
Gallagher, David Wright, John McLaren, Willard Her- 



brand, William Cybulski, Walter Carney, Nathan 
Wright, Walter LaBonte, Joseph Joyce, Paul Holzman, 
Walter Mosher, Peter Scaglione. 



GLEE CLUB 




First Row: Angela Hester, Virginia Sampson, Martha 
Wellman, LaVerne Williams, Judith Winston, Johnetta 
Bowden, Nancy Longuemare, Christine Burns, Dorothy 
Short, Carole Young, Karen Hatch. Mary Lawson, 
Cheryl Allen, Sandra Stewart, Ann Lauinger. Barbara 
Haskell. Second Row: Roberta Henningson, Mary Saw- 
yer, Pauline Goulet, Ernestine Brookins, Suzanne Rei- 



ser. Ramona Baker, Marilyn Harding, Evelyn Hennes- 
sey, Rosetta Smith, Carole Welcher, Jacqueline Ame- 
ranlt . Judith Herbin, Dolores Williams. Third Row: 
Cclestinc Weeks, Marsha Hullum, Lois Blanchard, Di- 
anne Peacock, Maryanne Aldred. Margo Birch. Claire 
Ingemi. Barbara Lloyd. Barbara Musscndon. 



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CAMERA CLUB 




First Row: Barbara Romanos, Patricia Callahan, Rich- 
ard Magi, Elke Nouvertne, Miss Hubbard, Roberta 
Magi, Patricia Maffie, Margaret McLaughlin, Judith 
Tyrell, Carol Tolbert. Second Row: Alice Roth, Joseph 



Sears, Albert Seavey, Richard Vanasse, Linda Hayes, 
Peter Bako, Dana Leeman, Paul Stanley, Evelyn Hen- 
nessey, Edward Shea, William Rogers, Geraldine 
Steiner. 



FOLK DANCERS 




First Row: Charlotte Mowry, Anna Andreotti, Helen zelos, Leslie Forkin, Linda Caruso, Sigrida Krukovs, 



Miragas, Patricia Kemmett, Grace Madden, Patricia 
Finn, Nancy Dowd, Mary Ford, Irene Skrejans, Na- 
zarene Mondello, Maureen DaSilva, Antoinnette Na- 
jim, Patricia Trabish, Irene Muzyka, Barbara Ruscetti, 
Catherine Scopelites, Margaret Crowley, Barbara Ro- 
manos. Second Row: Christine Burns, Elaine Panta- 



Joyce O'Neil, Elke Nouvertne, Priscilla Cheng, Hilda 
Moss, George Sullivan, Anita Sisenis, Maureen Riley, 
Gail Campbell, Christine Fletcher, Barbara Galvin, 
Helen McLellan, Astrida Bromultz, Victoria Zirakian, 
Linda Corbett. 



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BUSINESS EDUCATION CLUB 




First Row: Christine Burns, Vice President; Patricia Dugas, President; Miss Maguire, 
Ellen Supplee, Secretary; Gertrude Hockaday, Treasurer. Second Row: Margret Do- 
herty, Mary Aldred, Roberta Bills, Gloria Grant, Margaret Belmont, Joan Bryett, 
Irene Muzyka, Margaret Ritchie, Margaret Colantoni, Nancy Dowd, Gail Campbell, 
Mary Shannon, Elaine Pantazelos, Judith Winston, Mary Ford, Grace Madden. Third 
Row: Elizabeth Kay, Lois Hunt, Karen Hansen, Regina Quintaglie, Joanne Grady, 
Jane Edstrom, Hilda Moss, Irene Johansen, Theresa O'Donnell, Carol Sotir, Faith 
Leonard, Lorraine LaHaie, Margaret McLaughlin. 



NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 




First Row: Richard Magi, Joanne Grady. Lorraine Bergeron, Martha Leonard. Second 
Row: Jean McNichols, Evelyn Malovich. Miss Mullin, Mary Sheridan, Robert Mola. 



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HISTORY CLUB 




First Row: Walter Mosher, Cheryl Watson, Richard Rhone, President; Miss O'Malley, 
Kenneth McFerson, Paul Connolly, Sara Cook. Second Row: Carol Juskiewicz, Martha 
Leonard, Margaret Doherty, Margaret McLaughlin, Gloria Grant, Dorothy Short, 
Ruth Ledford, Evelyn Malovich, Barbara Lloyd. Third Row: Daniel McLaughlin, Wil- 
liam Brown, Ernestine Brookins, Roberta Magi, Victor Gaigals, Michael Porter. 



AFRICAN SEMINAR 




First Row: Eleanor Lew, Elke Nouvertne, Brenda Howard, Martha Leonard, Susan 
Kudrick, Mr. Landrigan, Cheryl Watson, Christine Burns, Gertrude Hockaday, Bar- 
bara Lloyd. Second Row: Carol Juskiewicz, Daniel McLaughlin, David Wright, Walter 
Mosher, Richard Rhone. 



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ROOM 102— First Row: Patricia 
April, Mary Ariel, Linda Caruso, 
Elaine Johansen, Trudy Hockaday, 
Catherine Beattie, Joanne Agababian, 
Roberta Brown, Barbara Washington, 
Nancy Byrne. Second Row: Russell 
Browne, Vincent Blonda, Michael 
Cassell, James Allan, Astrida Bro- 
mults, Ruth Barry, Charles Brewer, 
Walter Carney, Mary Blakely, Eve- 
lyn Hennessey, Stephen Odone, Ed- 
ward Berger, Miss Dempsey. 




ROOM 103— First Row: Clare Da- 
cey, Patricia Culbert, Charlotte Ma- 
honey, Johnny Reid, Eva Clark. 
Carol Connolly, Rosemary Cinque- 
grano, Kathleen Connerty, Donna 
Davenport, Patricia Cheverie. Second 
Row: Edmund Coughlin, John Math- 
er, Ronald Helmar, Patricia Coleman, 
Marie Daniels, Patricia Callahan, 
Mary Dern, Evelyn De Pippo, Miss 
McGettrick. Third Row: John Drews, 
Paul Connolly, Stephen Ciulla, Wen- 
dell Dujsik, James De Loach. Ronald 
Carroll. 



ROOM 104 — First Row: Doreen 
James, Doreen Johnson, Marcia 
Satchebell, Sandra Skelly, Yvonne 
Hodge, Carol Lombardo, Helen Mc- 
Clellan, Patricia La Freniere, Mary 
Lou Bower, Lillian Berzon. Second 
Row: Jean Jager, Marion Leltig, 
Juanita Jones, Rosemary Scanlon, 
Jean Martin, Diane Calea, Penny 
Smith, Pauline McDowell, Francis 
Carey, Walter Cassidy, Miss Bruno. 
Third Row: David Brown, Joseph 
Donovan, Thomas Chandler, Robert 
Cinquegrano, Thomas Cherry, Stan- 
ley Burnett, Marshall Arringron. An- 
thony Rhodes, Robert Burke. 




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ROOM 105 — First Row: Donna Fin- 
neran, Carol Estrella, Barbara Dono- 
van, Lesley Forkin, Ann Findi, Jac- 
queline Tobin, Lorraine Des Marais, 
Diane Dowling, Barbara Flanagan, 
James Gagner. Second Row: Thomas 
Dunn, Gene Egershiem, George Fam- 
alitis, Edward Faria, William Farrell, 
Norman Halliday, Paul Grady, Rich- 
ard Lake, Michael Feathers, Mrs. 
Quinn. 




ROOM 107 — First Row: Patricia 
George, Luverta Gordon, Donna 
Haggerty, Marie Gregorio, Sandra 
Godbout, Lorraine Harris, Bette Na- 
dow, Karen Hatch, Maureen Casey, 
Florence Giuliana. Second Row: John 
Frizzell, John Groves, Weldon Greg- 
ory, Eileen Evans, Suzzane Gowing, 
Maureen Cannatta, John Goodale, 
Luscios Williams, Mr. Donaghy. 
Third Row: Kenneth Helmar, Wil- 
liam Hanafin, Barney Hines, Timothy 
Hopkins, George Goldstein. 

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ROOM HI— First Row: Silma Mir- 
son, Mary Butler, Vivian Edwards, 
Nancy Marcucci, Sandra Brown, Jean 
Connell, Patricia DeVenuti, Lillian 
Cronin, Geraldine Denoult, Helen 
Drury, Donna Foster. Second Row: 
Mr. Boyle, James McGonagle, John 
Farrell, Nancy Doyl, Johnetta Wiles, 
Gretchen Johnson, Patricia Davis, 
Virginia Wilson, Laurie Smith, 
Marsha Hullum, Judith Dunlop, Car- 
ol Bryant, Pamela Tebeau, Patricia 
O'Meara, Janice Fitzgerald, Gerard 
Bennett, Johnnie Jones, Miss Varsos. 
Third Row: Paul Hickey, Joseph 
Dec, Garry Matta, Clinton Fisher, 
Dennis Dujsik, Sharon Gillings, Edna 
Dale, Gerald Leeman, Craig Clark, 
James Haward, Lucien Ferriabough, 
James Dalton. 



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ROOM 112 — First Row: Sharon 
Moore, Sharon Wilks, Diane De- 
vaney, Linda Monarch, Helen Mir- 
agias, Charlotte Mowry, Marilyn 
Moody, Shirley Johnson, Juanita 
Smith, Cynthia Theodorakis, JoAnn 
McLaughlin. Second Row: David 
Casipit, Paul Kennedy, Diane Allen, 
Barbara Greene, Margo Lee, Marian 
Potocki, Carole Wiles, John McNally, 
Antonio Gonsalves, Miss Walsh. 
Third Row: Walter Dennett, Napole- 
on Fonseca, George Gould, Phillip 
Garland, Robert Dundon, Paul Han- 
ley, Paul Greenfield. 




ROOM 113 — First Row: Madeline 
Lo Bello, Joan Keefe, Nancy Kerle, 
Anna Kelley, Betsy King, Carol 
Jackimowicz, Brenda Howard, Zig- 
rida Kruckovs, Susan Kudryk, Paula 
Isles, Kathleen Dognazzi. Second 
Row: Harry Hemeon, John Kelly, 
Christine Burns, Janet Lemieux, San- 
dra Little, Rita MacNeil, Ronald 
Wright, Thomas Cullen, Miss Thyne. 
Third Row: Walter Labonte, Charles 
Watson, William Doherty, Harold 
Little, John Lofgren. 





ROOM 114 — First Row: Roseann 
Viotto. Cheryl Watson, Nazarene 
Mondello, Florence Kilrow, Shirley 
Williams, Patricia Trabish, Mary 
Trodden, Victoria Zirakian, Judith 
Tyrell. Virginia Taillon. Second Row: 
Dana Leeman, George Trudel, Joyce 
Winget, Margaret McLaughlin, Carol 
Marino, Melvin Wells, Errol Russell, 
Donald Pasquantonio. Third Row: 
Richard Sodcrberg, John Simpson, 
Jhomas McLaren, David Gee, John 
Mays. 



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ROOM 117— First Row: William 
Rogers, Curtis Miller, Craig Miller, 
Elaine Valente, Kathryn Reddish, 
Suzanne West, Mary Controne, Wil- 
liam Lanouette, Anthony Morelli, Al- 
bert Seavey. Second Row: Joseph 
Sears, David Pye, Gary Corning, 
Joseph Dorsey, James Egan, Richard 
Vanasse, Allen Segrini, Gerald 
O'Leary, Edward Shea, Herbert Do- 
herty, Warren DiVenuti, Robert 
Kelley, Mr. McKenney. 




ROOM 202 — First Row: Susan Mur- 
phy, Eleanor Mallory, Lillian Johan- 
sen, Joan McDonald, Mary Lowson, 
Nancy Longuemare, Rese Wooster, 
Lorraine Pratt, Diane McDermott, 
Karen Mills. Second Row: Samuel 
Beel, Jeanne O'Connell, Christine 
Boyle, Mary Doocey, Nancy Magee, 
Karen Mekelatos, Susan McLellan, 
Laura McKay, Gail Roy, James Mur- 
ray, Miss O'Connell. Third Row: 
James Lussier, Michael Concilio, 
Amos Simpson, James Sweatt, Charles 
Rogers, Charles Doocey, John Reoch- 
otis, Daniel Costa. 



ROOM 203 — First Row: Rosemary 
MacLaughlin, Marie Morrill, Joyce 
Rogers, Rosetha Roberts, Angela 
Hester, Sandra Nelson, Carol Mustoe, 
Judith Mutlow, Doreen Nasalski, Pat- 
ricia Moriello, Arlene Carroll. Second 
Row: Edward Loiacono, James Law- 
less, Cedric McClester, R. C. Praitt, 
Shirley Richards, Susanne Reiser, 
Charles Kelly, Frank Connell, Miss 
McCourt. 




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ROOM 210— First Row: Nancy 
Becker, Patricia Brown, Margo Burch, 
Virginia Boggess, Cheryl Allen, John- 
etta Bowden, Frances Baptiste, Marie 
McKenney, Helena Bray, Katherine 
Hegarty. Second Row: John Beldkas, 
Stephen Amort, Ramona Baker, Don- 
na Brosthers, Stella Stashewsky, Vir- 
ginia Potter, Patricia Bennett, Olga 
Banadega, Frederick Binda, Carl Ber- 
sin, Miss Maguire. Third Row: Ken- 
neth Thatcher, Stanley Andrews, Al- 
mon Beneway, Harold Boyle, Charles 
Hicks, Robert Brandt, Peter Bako, 
Gerald Baker. 




ROOM 214 — First Row: Audrey 
Coulter. Mary Cherry, Lorraine Col- 
lins, Betty Davis, Carl Cherney, 
Dorothy Smith, Lana Cook, Diane 
Dwyer, Patricia Dorothy, Gail Crom- 
well. Second Row: Kenneth Ferria- 
bough, Ronald Sylvia, Geraldine Col- 
Iyer, Linda Sullivan, Carolyn Crede, 
Anne MacNeil, Stephanie Coleman, 
Barbara Chandler, Nathaniel Ely, 
Roger Dunn, Mr. Barry. Third Row: 
James Holmes, Stephen Perron, An- 
thony Sisto, Edward Vaara, Rplph 
Elliot, James Devaney, Anthony De- 
Gloria, Gregory Danham, Anthony 
Alessi. 



ROOM 302— First Row: Redulla 
Habishon, Deborah Haynes, Andrea 
Hazelwood, Phyllis Geso, Dorothy 
Goodale, Judith Bleakney, Catherine 
Scopelites, Mary Shultz, Ina Gibson, 
Jean Gillooly. Second Row: John 
Taylor, Romanna Frankiwiskyj, Mari- 
lyn Furlong, Mildred Grant, Bernice 
Hamilton, Linda Hayes, Sandra Her- 
nandez, Frances Gillam, Elaine El- 
son, Jesse Downing, Mrs. Downey. 
Third Row: Richard Frank, John 
Houghton, Russell Palmer, Joseph 
Barry, Arthur Calvin, Edward Lewis, 
David Hynes, Willie Jenkins, John 
Howard, Richard Segel, Wayne 
Whitney. 




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ROOM 303— First Row: Barbara 
Ruscetti, Alice Roth, Sandra Gerstel, 
Valerie Samson, Paula Dundon, Mar- 
sha Hare, Roberta Partridge, Sandra 
Macklin, Patricia Collins. Second 
Row: Edward Pitcher, Albert Berket- 
schuk, Joan Rossborough, Veronica 
Graham, Carole Welcher, Valerie 
Sanzi, Barbara Romanos, Jacob John- 
son, Bernard Powell, Miss Thompson. 
Third Row: John Davis, Richard Mc- 
Kenna, Albert Williams, Robert 
O'Neil, Philip Pierce, John Sullivan, 
Richard Micelli, Alan Anderson, Sey- 
mour Sadberry, Leo Osgood, Ronald 
O'Connell. 











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ROOM 304 — Firs* Row: Patricia 
Carpenter, Margery Travers, Carol 
Tolbert, Marion Caudle, Helen Shark- 
ey, Myra LaBillois, Delores Watkins, 
Dorothy Thomas, Rosemary Ward, 
Sandra Carrington. Second Row: Jo- 
seph Egan, Marilyn Lyons, Margaret 
Crowley, Cecelia Cass, Roberta 
White, Linda Stimpert, Patricia Ted- 
eschi, Lucille Walz, Clarence Phip- 
pen, Miss Hayes. Third Row: Wil- 
liam Waldsmith, James Zeolla, John 
Minihan, George Subacs, Gil Waytes, 
William Taylor, Stanley Veazy, Col- 
lins Middleton, Lee Forshay, Peter 
Stone, James Porter. 





ROOM 305— First Row: Shirley 
Quatrale, Martha Wellman, Shirley 
Avinger, Mary Williams, Irene Skee- 
jans, Patricia Williams, Barbara Saw- 
yer, Ann Rausa, Pamela Winn, San- 
dra Stewart. Second Row: Leona 
Schmidt, Ann Riley, Geraldine 
Steiner, Raulinea Robeirio, Kathleen 
McLoughlin, Judy Shuster, Judith 
Herbin, Linda Sherbueda, Rosetta 
Smith, Joan Randall, Mary Connelly, 
Miss Hubbard. Third Row: Donald 
McKay, John Niland, Robert Mar- 
shall, Kevin Mulcahy, Raymond 
Manton, Nathan Wright, James 
O'Neil, Thomas McGrath. 



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ROOM 306— First Row: Ma- 
ria Meehan, Lois Wilkinson, 
Carolyn Murphy, Antoinette 
Najim, Barbara Nadow, Ann 
Murow, Dianne McQuiggan, 
Roberta Pennor, Linda Cor- 
bett, Barbara Mussensen. Sec- 
ond Row: Donna Phelan, Di- 
anne Peacock, Maryann Al- 
dred, Mary Powers, Cheryl 
Phippen, Valerie Neeves, Pa- 
tricia Morgan, Sharyn Smith, 
Barbara Pratt, Miss Kelley. 
Third Row: John Pratt, Regina 
Lombre, William Miller, Ed- 
ward Lockhart, Robert Live, 
Don Wilson, Roger Lydick, 
Michael Mahoney. 



ROOM 307— First Row: Alice 
Nappier, Catherine Villa, Do- 
lores Lombre, Avis Robinson, 
MaryAnn Scully, Linda Hicks, 
Elizabeth Sheehan, Elizabeth 
Winton, Nancy Kumph, Bev- 
erly Winget. Second Row: 
Theodore Simpson, Joseph 
Joyce, George Spann, James 
Steward, Lonnie Stewart, Wil- 
helmina Wright, Prenell Weav- 
er, Mary Sholes, James Avery, 
Peter Scaglione, Mrs. Farley. 



YEARBOOK SEMINAR AT EMMANUEL COLLEGE 



Anita Sisenis, Layout Editor; Chris- 
tine Fletcher. Editor-in-chief; Mr. 
Ralph C. Good, Advisor; Walter 
Mosher, Literary Editor. 




BABY IVY LEAVES (circa 1943-1945) 

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1. Nancy Turner 

2. Phyllis Sullivan 

3. Madeline Weiss 

4. Madeline Carnevale 

5. Roberta Bills 

6. Patricia Maffie 

7. Geraldine Hayes 

8. Maureen Reilly 

9. Karen Hicks 

10. Lorraine Lahaie 

1 1 . Wynne Richards 

12. Evelyn Malovich 

13. Patricia Dugas 

14. Elizabeth Kay 

15. Maureen Durkin 

16. Richard Haggerty 



17. Margaret Ritchie 

18. Mary Sawyer 

19. Jane Edstrom 

20. Helen Flynn 

21. Judith Chiampa 

22. Irene Muzyka 

23. Daniel McLaughlin 

24. Anna Andreotti 

25. John McCormick 

26. Elaine Pantazelos 

27. Dorothy Armstrong 

28. Robert Jones 

29. Judith MacDonald 

30. Jean Hiduchick 

31. Richard & Roberta Magi 

32. Patricia Finn 

33. Grace Madden 



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34. Mary Anne Aldred 

35. Thomas Shea 

36. Lorraine Bergeron 

37. Beverly Grady 

38. Ana Ruiz 

39. Joyce O'Neil 

40. Marilyn Fuller 

41. Theresa O'Donnell 

42. Michael Dowd 

43. Gerald Barry 

44. Jean Coughlin 

45. Carol Bissett 

46. Paul Happeny 

47. Carol Juskiewicz 

48. Ellen Suplee 

49. Evelyn Beaudet 

50. Judith Roderiques 



51. Regina Quintaglie 

52. Margaret Belmont 

53. Gail Campbell 

54. Ruth Ledford 

55. Elaine Salemme 

56. Frances Giddick 

57. Richard Ansell 

58. Paul Grady 

59. Patricia Kemmett 

60. Elke Nouvertne 

61. Bruce Flippin 

62. Hilda Moss 

63. Ann Chiampa 

64. Martha Leonard 

65. Joan Bryett 

66. George Sullivan 



CLASS WILL 



We, the Ivy Class of Jamaica Plain High School, situated on Elm Street, Jamaica Plain, 
being of relatively sound mind, hereby bequeath the following articles real, imaginary, and 
otherwise to the faculty we are regretfully leaving behind us in the castle on the hill. 



Mr. Brickley: a book entitled "Confucius Say." 

Mr. Barry: an extra large Hop-a-long Cassidy lunch box. 

Mr. Bond: a senior class of prominent lawyers. 

Mr. Boyle: a cannon to insure that every energetic typist will 
stop at the end of their timings. 

Miss Bruno: we leave a John Doe to replace her Johnny Jones 
down the street. 

Miss Buckley: a student body of quiet bibliophilers. 

Miss Crosby: a year's supply of pins and needles. 

Mr. Crowley: a kitchen unit and the competent assistance of 
Hazel for his mid-morning snacks. 

Miss Dempsey: a pair of orchestra tickets for every play in 
Boston. 

Mr. Donaghy: a supply of "Prayers" for his loquacious 
students. 

Mr. Duffy: music piped in direct from the Peppermint Lounge 
to enliven his classes. 

Mr. Dugan: one day upon which all pupils will be on time, 
"Graduation Day!" 

Mrs. Farley: a fire escape leaving 307 to 310. 

Miss Forte: a blinking neon sign, "Paint children, don't scrub." 

Miss Galvin: another talented E8 class. 

Mr. Good: a yearbook staff with at least three station wagons. 

Miss Hennessey: a large file cabinet to keep her class work in 
order. 

Miss Hubbard: pupils who will use only one piece of paper. 

Miss Hurley: consolation prizes for pupils whose acting is 
not up to par. 

Miss Kelly: supply of chocolates for her champion bowlers. 

Mr. Landrigan: a choice between either the Democratic or 
Communist Party. 



Miss Margaret Maguire: a Winchester repeating sling shot 
for use in obtaining the Clarion and Yearbook funds. 

Miss Marie Maguire: we leave a kiddie kart so that she will 
be able to get to her future RAG classes on time. 

Miss McCarthy: a princess style phone for her office. 

Miss McCourt: a sign reading "Good morning" to save wear 
and tear in erasers. 

Miss McGettrick: a Spanish class that knows the difference 
between this (este) and that (ese) or is it that (este) and 
this (ese). 

Mr. McGuckian: a portable freeze unit for the convenience 
of the hockey team. 

Mr. McKenney: a rubber stamp for his notorious passes. 

Mr. Mealy: a misconduct slip for chewing gum and a new 
graph. 

Miss Mullin: a book entitled "Why you should not change 
your classes." 

Colonel Murphy: a team of New York Giant rejects. 

Miss O'Connell: we leave Miss O'Connell leaving us at 2:00 
for her Council Meeting. 

Miss O'Malley: a hand painted portrait of President Kennedy. 

Miss Philips: $10,000 worth of advertising for the Clarion. 

Mrs. Quinn: a "hurdy gurdy" and a performing monkey for 
her lunchroom collections. 

Miss Russell: pills for every purpose to cure her sick pupils. 

Miss Thompson: a flower a day to break the monotony. 

Miss Thyne: an automatic book opener so she can turn to 
the right page right away. 

Miss Varsos: a fiddle for her folk dancing classes. 

Miss Walsh: a gold trimmed door with her name engraved on 
the knob. 

Mr. Wendler: roller skates to save wear and tear on his shoes 
during lunchroom duty. 



ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW: FOR THE IVY CLASS 

Martha Leonard 

Roberta Bills 

Carol Juczkiewicz 

WITNESSES: 

Theresa O'Donnell 

Christine Fletcher 

Frances Gidick 



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OFFICE ASSISTANTS 




Diane Calia, Trudy Hockaday, Lorraine Lahaie, Christine Burns, Mrs. Gleek- 
man, School Secretary; Carol Bissett, Barbara Nadow, William Cybulski, 
Evelyn Malovich, Karen Hicks, Barbara Flanagan, Miss McGrath, Susan Mc- 
Lellan, Elaine Salemme, Willard Herbrand, Frances Gidick, Hilda Moss, 
Roberta Magi. 



"IVY BEAU BRUMMELS AND DEBS" 




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"Chris" and "John" 



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Maryanne Aldred 

Linda Corbett 

Edward Lockhart 

Regina Lombre 

Roger Lydick 

Michael Mahoney 

Diane McQuiggan 

Marie Meehan 

William Miller 

Patricia Morgan 

Ann Munroe 
Carolyn Murphy 

Compliments of 



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Barbara Mussenden 
Barbara Nadow 
Antoinette Najim 
Valerie Neeves 
Roberta Pennor 
Donna Phelan 
Cheryl Phippen 
Mary Powers 

John Pratt 

Lois Wilkinson 

Mary Williamson 

Don Wilson 



Sherley Avinger 

Mary Connelly 

Judith Herbin 

Raymond Manton 

Robert Marshall 

Thomas McGrath 

Kathleen McLoughlin 

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John Wiland 

James O'Neill 

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Rosetta Smith 
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Secretary 


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Treasurer 


James Larkin 


Walter Carney 


Joseph Joyce 




Douglas Pepper 


William Cybulski 


Walter Labonte 




Richard Rhone 


Donald Gallagher 


John McCormick 


Peter Scaglione 


Willard Herbrand 


John McLaren 




David Wright 


Paul Holtzman 


Walter Mosher 




Nathan Wright 



Evelyn Beaudet 


Patricia Callahan 


Ronald Carroll 


Patricia Cheverie 


Rose Cinquegrano 




Stephen Ciulla 


Eva Clark 




Jay Coleman 


Patricia Coleman 


Kathleen Connerty 


Carol Connolly 




Paul Connolly 


Edmund Coughlin 


Compliments of 


Clare Dacey 


ROOM 103 




Patricia Culbert 




Marie Daniels 


Donna Davenport 




Evelyn DePippo 


James DeLoach 




Mary Dern 


Barry Dolan 




Ronald Helmar 


James Leatherwood 


John Mather 




Charlotte Mahoney 






Richard McGonagle 






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Gerard Bennett 


Sandra Brown 


Carol Bryant 


Mary Butler 


Clarke Craig 


Jean Connell 


Lillian Cronin 


Edna Dale 


James Dalton 


Nancy Daly 


Patricia Davis 


Joseph Dec 


Geraldine Denault 


Cheryl Devlin . 


Patricia Divinute 


Helen Drury 


Compliments of . . . 




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Dennis Dujsik 


Paula Duke 


Judith Dunlop 


Vivian Edwards 


John Farrell 


Clinton Fisher 


Janice FitzGerald 


Donna Foster 


Sharon Gillings 


Paul Hickey 


James Howard 


Marsha Hullum 


James Hunt 


Johnie Jones 


Gary Matta 


Ronald Middleton ! 



Christine Burns 




William Cox 


Thomas Cullen 




Kathleen Dognazzi 


William Doherty 




Brenda Howard 


Robert Huether 




Pala Islea 


Carol Jackimowicz 


Marie Jangrow 


Joan Keefe 




John Kelly 


Nancy Kerle 




Linda Kilroy 




COMPLIMENTS 


OF 




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Betsy King 




Susan Krdyk 


Zigrida Kruckovs 


Walter Labonte 


Janet Lemieux 




Harold Little 


Sandra Little 




Madeline LoBello 


John Lofgren 


Rita MacNeil 

Delores Williams 

Ronald Wright 


Judith MacDonald 



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Joseph Barry 


Dorothy Goodale 


David Hynes 




Arthur Calvin 


Mildred Grant 


Willie Jenkins 




Paul Doherty 


Redulla Habishon 


Edward Lewis 


Compliments of 


Romanna Frankiwskyj 


Linda Hayes 


Hope Nickerson 




Marilyn Furlong 


Bernice Hamilton 


Russell Palmer 


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Phyllis Geso 


Deborah Haynes 


Mary Schultz 




Ina Gibson 


Andres Hazelwood 


Richard Segel 




Frances Gillam 


Sandra Hernandez 


John Taylor 




Jean Gillooly 


John Houghton 


Wayne Whitney 




James Downing 


John Howard 


Catherine Scopelites 



Cheryl 


Allen 


Stephen 


Amort 


Stanley 


Andrews 


Geralc 


Baker 


Ramona Baker 


Peter Bako 


Olga Banadega 


Nancy 


Becker 


John Beldekas 


Almon Beneway 


Patricia 


Bennett 


Carl 


Bersin 


Frederick Binda 


Lois Blanchard 




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Virginia Boggess 


Johnetta Bowden 


Harold 


Boyle 


Robert 


Brandt 


Helena 


Bray 


Donna B 


rothers 


Patricia 


Brown 


Margo 


Burch 


Katherine Hegarty 


Charles 


Hicks 


Marie 


VIcKenney 


Virginia 


Potter 


Stella ! 


jtashewsky 


Kenneth Thatcher 



Samuel Bell 


Mary Lowson 


Michael Concilio 


James Lussier 


Daniel Costa 


Donald MacDonald 


Charles Doocey 


Nancy Magee 


Mary Doocey 


Eleanor Mallory 


Lillian Johansen 


Diane McDermott 


Nancy Longuemare 


Joan McDonald 


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Laura McKay 


Lorraine Pratt 


Susan McLellan 


David- Redmond 


Karen Mekelatos 


John Reveliotis 


Karen Mills 


Charles Rogers 


Susan Murphy 


Gail Roy 


James Murray 


Amos Simpson 


Jeanne O'Connell 


James Sweatt 


Rose A 


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Compliments of . . . 


Alan Anderson 


James McGlame 


Barbara Romanos 




Alfred Bcrkclshuk 


Richard Miceli 


Joan Rossborough 




Patricia Collins 


Ronald O'Connor 


Alice Roth 


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Paula Dundon 
Veronica Graham 


Leo Osgood 
Roberta Partridge 


Barbara Rucetti 
Seymour Sadberry 




Marsha Hare 


Philip Pierce 


Valerie Sanzi 




John Howard 


Edward Pitcher 


John Sullivan 




Jacob Johnson 


Bernard Powell 


Carole Welcher 


MISS THOMPSON 


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Paul Quigley 
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like the excellent salary, the regular increases, the opportunities for 
advancement and the many additional benefits that make working 
for the Telephone Company so attractive to so many young people. 

Telephone jobs are important ones. We have our own training 
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Why not come and see our employment interviewer soon . . . before 
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when and where to apply. 

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Donald MacDonald 


William Brown 




Grace Madden 


Gail Campbell 




Patricia Maffie 


Ann Chiampa 
Maureen DaSilva 


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Roberta Magi 


Patricia Finn 
Claire Ingemi 


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John McCormick 
Kenneth McFerson 


Carol Juskiewiez 




John McLaren 


Elizabeth Kay 




Maureen McMahan 


Patricia Kemit 




Ronald Morgan 


Lorraine Lahaie 


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Walter Mosher 


Ann Lavinger 


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Hilda Moss 


Ruth Ledford 




Marie Murphy 


Eleanor Lew 




Mike Porter 


Barbara Lloyd 




Celestine Weeks 


James Lord 




Carole Young 



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Patricia Trabish 




Dane Leeman 


Mary Trodden 




Carol Marion 


George Trudel 




John Mays 


Judith Tyrell 




Thomas McLaren 


Roseann Viotto 


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Margaret McLaughlin 
Nazarene Mondello 


Cheryl Watson 
Melvin Wells 




Donald Pasquantonio 


Linda Werner 




Errol Russell 


Shirley Williams 




John Simpson 


Joyce Winget 


Mr. McGuckian 


Richard Soderberg 
Virginia Taillon 


Victoria Zirakian 



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Gail Cromwell 


Kenneth Ferniabough 




Barbara Chandler 


Betty Davis 


James Holmes 




Carol Cherney 


Anthony DeGloria 


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Patricia Doherty 


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Gregory Dunham 


Anthony Sisto 




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Roger Dunn 


Dorothy Smith 


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Lana Cook 


Diane Dwyer 


Linda Sullivan 


Audrey Coulter 


Ralph F.lliott 


Ronald Sylva 




Carolyn Credo 


Nathaniel Ely 


Edward Vaara 



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Joseph Gardner 


James Larkin 


Richard Ansell 


James Hanley 


N. Douglas Pepper 


Madeline Carnevale 


Paul Happeny 


William Robertson 


Priscilla Cheng 


Marilyn Harding 


Audrey Sterczela 


Richard Davis 


Jean Hiduchick 


George Sullivan 


Carole Di Benedetto 


Andrew Kasparian 


David I. Walsh 



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Tomas Dunn 


Jeanne Di Angelo 


Diane Dowling 


Gene Egersheim 


Carol Estrella 


N. George Famelitis 


Edward Faria 


William Farrell 


Michael Feathers 


Ann Finch 




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Donna Finneran 


Lesley Forkin 


Mary Ford 


James Gagner 


Barbara Galvin 


Paul Grady 


Norman Halliday 


Roberta Henningson 


Richard Lake 


Jacqueline Tobin 





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